Yes, I am obsessed with L’Occitane and all of their amazing products. Namely their fragrances. The L’Occitane Cherry Blossom scent is definitely beautiful and no doubt that it will be my go-to this Spring. I have always loved the look of Cherry Blossom trees though I have never seen any in person. From the Cherry Blossom line, I have the fragrance, a Shower Milk, Fragrance Touch (so new and interesting), and a Hand Cream.
About the fragrance:
The cherry tree is part of the Provençal landscape. It is widespread in the Apt region, in Luberon, and changes colors with the seasons – making it a source of inspiration for artists: pure white in spring, bright red in summer, soft green in autumn. With this collection of fragrances, bath and body care products, L’OCCITANE celebrates the poetic beauty of the cherry blossom and its delicate, feminine flowers during the first days of spring.
The EDT is just amazing. This floral fruity scent will transport you to the cherry tree-dotted hillsides of southern France with its delicate and fresh scent. A feminine fragrance, it is made with a cherry extract from the Luberon region of Provence. Indulge your senses with notes of freesia, cherry and lily of the valley, underlined by a base of amber and musk that linger.
An unexpected surprise favorite is the Shower Milk. Don’t get this confused with the Shower Gel. This gentle shower milk cleanses the skin and leaves it silky smooth. It looks like a lotion and feels like one, but is indeed a cleanser!
This perfumed gel melts onto the skin to unveil all the freshness of the very first cherry blossoms. When I first saw it I thought it was going to be a lip gloss, but NOPE. Smells awesome.
I am always a sucker for L’Occitane hand creams and this is no exception. It is simply amazing and will NOT disappoint.
What are some of your favorite scents for the spring? Tell me in the comments below.
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